I think it might be Hickory==c;)
You did good
Sell them your uglies and chunks for 20 bucks a bin
Make some boards :)
Do you not agree ?
Proper pics for proper ID ?
OOPS, sorry Miss read your post
Got any close ups of the splits
Been using the Rutland squares for 3 years, 1 at a time, I like em, cheaper than others
Doesn't look complicated to me ,no brush or spring poles, out in the open ,just a lot of work, divide and conquer :)
What's the diameter ? If under 40" a 20" bar will do, cut rounds , noodle or sledge n wedge , load up ,take home
Sorry missed the word unsplitables
no they don't, they actually dry faster, in the right environment
Pallets are free , make a bin, simple :)
Chunky monkeys and uglies ,go in the free crates I scored
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If you have trouble with the Fiskars, Sledge n wedges or noodle em, OR pass it up
On top of the wait, there is a limit to :mad:
It is what it is but, I don't care for it at all
[ATTACH] I love the ingenuity, but , I'm about some speed but most of all less physical work, I would rather hold a saw than a heavy pole
Don't stop splittin and stacking It
I got a huge leaf small tree I cut down ,don't know what it is , it's very soft, dam thing grows like crazy
I got other small , taken down trees, with suckers ,,
what to treat with ?
This tree is so screwed up ,only safe way I see is to take the whole thing down, big lean to though
Did you educate the man ?
I would rather use my pole rack than hold the weight of the poles
I like elm , burn it shoulder season or mix it
I hate the bug but love the ash , to far
3 rows deep , cover it
Dig a hole, throw wood in, light it on fire :) see my avatar
Lookin fantastic there Man
First pic is leaves of tree
I see just a little odd heartwood but, close up pics of end grain and long grain would be better
Definitely not mulberry bark
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